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|From:||Martin Butterfield via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Fri, 19 Nov 2021 04:22:39 +0000|
No Whistling Ducks on TYL. A few Shelduck and lots of various Cockatoos.
Very little activity at the sewage pits, presumably due to some new gin-palace (a memorial for the departing Mayor?) being erected by the Shire.
The Lake Rd Dam is vast - I don't think I have ever seen it more extensive. THe highlight there was 3 Blue-billed Ducks 1 M 2 F. A bit further along Lake Rd - which is in ordinary, approaching average, condition - I came across 6 Cattle Egrets perched on a row of fence posts out near the water. That area must be frog-enhanced as there were also 11 White-faced Herons nearby.
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